The road to Brexit has already been a fairly long journey – and we haven’t even reached the first toilet break yet.
It’s time to pop the champagne, as a RightsInfo project has been shortlisted for an award at the Annecy International Animation Film Festival. Our two-minute explainer on human rights, kindly funded by … Continued
The Prime Minister has officially started the process of leaving the European Union. What does this mean for our human rights?
The UK’s constitution has always been the elephant in the room, mainly due to the fact it doesn’t exist as a single document. However, with the Prime Minister due to trigger … Continued
Last week the Law Commission suggested radical reforms to the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards, controversial rules on how the state should protect people who lack mental capacity. Here we take a … Continued
A man suffering from an incurable but non-terminal illness has launched a legal challenge to change the law surrounding assisted suicide.
27 March marks the anniversary of Goodwin v UK, an important decision which protects journalists from being forced to reveal their anonymous sources. Mr Bill Goodwin was a journalist. In November 1989, Mr Goodwin received … Continued
As ever it’s been a busy week for human rights stories, with the Westminster terror attack dominating the news. Here are just some of the stories from RightsInfo and around … Continued
Four people have died and forty more were injured in a terror attack in Central London. A single attacker drove into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge, before crashing into the railings outside … Continued
Britain is officially leaving the European Union, with Prime Minister Theresa May set to begin the process in March. But Ms May isn’t the only leader making headlines about Brexit. Henry VIII … Continued